A Sorrow Halved

A Performance-installation by SIGNA Directed by: Signa Köstler / dshh_status__world_premiere

Premiere 16/11/2017

Werkhalle der Firma Heidenreich & Harbeck

Those of you in search of what is good, join us. No organisation nor any other system or institution has a hold over this place. The state has long since withdrawn and left the good entirely in the hands of the private sector. So it is exclusively private individuals who have made it their job to take of care of lost people. In one of the last blind corners of the state, they are generously granted protection from what is outside.

The Danish-Austrian artistic collective SIGNA, who won the Nestroy Prize in 2016, will create their third work for the Deutsches SchauSpielHaus Hamburg, after the two very successful productions »Schwarze Augen, Maria« (Black-eyed Maria) and »Söhne & Söhne«, for whose set design Signa Köstler was awarded the »Theaterpreis Hamburg – Rolf Mares«.

The performance will take place at the former factory workshop of the company Heidenreich & Harbeck in Barmbek.

With: Navid Rashid Farrokhi, Flora Janewa, Benjamin Hassmann, Erich Goldmann, Asger Degnbol, Amanda Babaei Vieira, Benedicte Skjalholt, Christopher Ramm, Sonja Pikart, Chiara Nicolaisen, Evi Meinardus, Thor Albin Kjær, Tristan Kold, Arthur Köstler, Simon Steinhorst, Raphael Souza Sá, Andreas Schneiders, Johanna Schmidt, Antonio Schmidt, Camilla Lønbirk, René Marvin Kuhnke, Frederik von Lüttichau, Wanja Neite, Joanna Noga, Olivia Schrøder, Viktoria Steiber, Luisa Taraz, Lorenz Vetter, Marie S Zwinzscher, Simon Salem Müller, Signa Köstler, Jan Liefhold, Markus Schmon, Fabian Raith, Sofie Ruffing, Julian Sark, Georg Bütow, Kai Friebus, Imke Grabe, Zenzi Huber, Saskia Kaufmann, Dominik Klingberg, Tom Korn Guest Stars: Ivana Sokola, Steven Reinert, Jonas Preben Jørgensen, Helga Sieler, Mareike Wenzel

Concept: Signa Köstler Directed by: SIGNA Set Design: Signa Köstler, Camilla Lønbirk, Olivia Schrøder Costume Design: Signa Köstler, Tristan Kold Technical design, sound and media: Simon Steinhorst Technical Design, Sound and Media: Arthur Köstler Production management: Camilla Lønbirk, Arthur Köstler Dramaturgy: Sybille Meier Technical production management: Simon Urbschat